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Urban Bourbon Trail in the WaPo

by TP Lowe » Sun Dec 02, 2018 8:57 am

By Ceil Miller-Bouchet November 30
It was 11 a.m. in Louisville and I was contemplating a silky, amber and Very Old liquid in my glass.

Fortunately, I was primed to appreciate the art and culture of the Very Old Fitzgerald Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey because Penny Peavler, dynamic president of the city’s freshly redesigned Frazier History Museum, had just given me a whirlwind tour of its new bourbon-focused “Spirit of Kentucky” permanent exhibition. Continued ...


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Re: Urban Bourbon Trail in the WaPo

by Heather L » Mon Dec 03, 2018 10:40 am

Woo hoo! Thanks Dennie for the Jug Band Jubilee mention! :D
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Re: Urban Bourbon Trail in the WaPo

by Robin Garr » Mon Dec 03, 2018 12:14 pm

Good story, by and large. Better than a lot of quick-hit tour pieces. "... the sagging Victorian mansions of Old Louisville," though?
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Re: Urban Bourbon Trail in the WaPo

by Leah S » Mon Dec 03, 2018 3:37 pm

Ouch! Just this year we were named a "Great Place in America".
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Re: Urban Bourbon Trail in the WaPo

by James Natsis » Mon Dec 03, 2018 4:37 pm

Robin Garr wrote:Good story, by and large. Better than a lot of quick-hit tour pieces. "... the sagging Victorian mansions of Old Louisville," though?


I read this a few days ago and thought it was pretty good. But I was puzzled by the "sagging" Victorian mansions as well.
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Re: Urban Bourbon Trail in the WaPo

by Iggy C » Mon Dec 03, 2018 4:54 pm

For a while there was one that was conspicuously leaning. It may have been fixed, though.

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